Darnell Levine | Journal Entries - EP

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Urban/R&B: Neo-Soul Jazz: Jazz-Pop Moods: Type: Vocal
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Journal Entries - EP

by Darnell Levine

A brilliantly soulful acoustic EP from newcomer Darnell Levine.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Neo-Soul
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1. Alright
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3:47 album only
2. Red. Yellow, Green
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4:13 album only
3. S.O.S.
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4:10 album only
4. Monique
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3:50 album only
5. Shrink Me Up
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3:40 album only
6. When Birds Split
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4:36 album only


Album Notes
Darnell Levine is a member of a small community of Nashville artists who, though classified as “urban” for convenience’s sake, are reworking the soul music genre to satisfy the creative impulses of a generation brought up in a multi-culti world. Levine’s sound is more akin to postmodern jazz-pop, while his voice maintains his soul -- music that prefers eclecticism to dogma. Journal Entries EP offers listeners a taste of jazz and pop through the artistry of a soulful singer/songwriter. The intimate, six-song EP (on which Levine handles piano and vocals with co-producer Jerry Navarro on upright bass) is a precursor to a 2009 full-length release he’s calls "The Journal". Find full bio and more at www.DarnellLevine.com.


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I am loving this cd! When Birds Split is a beautifully touching song. Some won't get it, but it will definitely resonate with those who can relate to the lyrics. I patiently await the full length release next year.